According to the Pantone Color Institute. . .
This will be the year of turquoise. The blue-green hue is considered to evoke calm and compassion, but its warm and cool shades mix well with all skin tones.
Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, says most
people respond positively to turquoise, and it has a universally flattering appeal
for men and women.
“We look at the psychology of the color,” Eiseman said. “This year specifically, we
were very certain that turquoise was a strong trend and narrowed it down to the
best, most representative color for both fashion and home.”
Andrews agreed, saying that a true turquoise or more subdued teal is a fresh
complement for spring. He suggests incorporating a teal handbag into a spring
wardrobe if you're shy about wearing bold colors.
“Most women don't have a teal handbag,” he said. “Teal works great with neutrals,
and it opens the door to play with color. The bag can be your accent.”
IS THAT WHY SOME OF FIESTA'S RETAIL OUTLET THAT CLOSED OUT OF TURQUOISE A YEAR OR MORE AGO HAVE STARTED CARRYING THAT COLOR AGAIN?